Fishguard Bay Hotel

Quay Road, Fishguard, Pembrokeshire, Wales, SA64 0BT, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Fishguard

Puffins!

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

... turns hiding the eggs and chicks from the gulls to protect them. When the chicks are 3 weeks old they jump off the cliff to the water below. It can be a jump of 1200 feet! Dad meets them below. They can swim and dive but not fly. They swim out to another island where Dad takes care of them for another 3 weeks until they can fly. Mom stays on the cliff face to secure a nesting site for next year.

There’s also ...

The Pembrokeshire Coast and St. Davids

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

... is the smallest city in Britain with only 1800 inhabitants. Pope Calixtus II declared St. Davids to be a place of pilgrimage. It was such an important site that two trips to St. Davids was equivalent to one trip to Rome. It is a lovely cathedral with a wooden ceiling. A stone ceiling would have been too heavy. Over the quire the ceiling is painted like the old medieval cathedrals and there is still ...

On to St. Davids

A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver

... chambers are partially intact so you can see what it was like. The 360 degree views are amazing.

From here we go to Pembroke to see the castle. There’s so much we’d like to see on the way but there just isn’t time. There is a local parade for charity when we get there and there’s a concert at the castle in the evening. The castle is a ...

Morning swim and then Off to Cardiff

A travel blog entry by barblucas

Yes even though it was cold and windy James and Peter had to have another swim. We left Tenby at lunchtime and it was just starting to rain. Lunch was at the random destination of Porthcawl........ OH MY GOSH there were donkey rides in the beach! I thought that disappeared decades ago. Blowing a gale from the sea, drizzle and two buildings of amusement arcades brought memories of Brighton Pier.......it was an experience! A ...

The answer my friend is blow in' in the wind...

A travel blog entry by heatherham

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... run for Oxford. We are staying in the Rectory which is over 200 years old. It is a huge building on the edge of the cliff overlooking South Beach. We spent the afternoon in while it blew a gale and rained outside. By late afternoon it had cleared somewhat and the bitterly cold wind had gone. We wandered down to the town again and found an old pub for dinner. I had traditional Welsh lamb shank with baked whole potato and coleslaw (they definitely have different food pairings to ...

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This 2 star hotel, located on Quay Road, Fishguard, is near Stena Line Limited and Llangloffan Farmhouse Cheese Centre.
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